Funding for all 2017 rebates have been depleted.
In 2017, residential Members who replace inefficient lighting in their home with Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are eligible to receive a rebate of $2 per bulb (5 bulbs minimum; 20 bulbs maximum). Members must provide a receipt for verification purposes. Rebate applications must be received within 90 days of purchase.
LEDs present a significant opportunity for energy and maintenance savings. On a per lamp basis, LEDs are generally 80 percent more efficient than incandescent bulbs and slightly more efficient than CFLs. LEDs have a life expectancy of as much as 25,000 hours. Per ENERGY STAR, LED lighting products use light emitting diodes to produce light very efficiently. The movement of electrons through a semiconductor illuminates the light source called LEDs; LEDs are basically cool to the touch.
The ENERGY STAR® website is a great resource to examine these and other ways to use greener lighting solutions and save your energy dollars. The LED section is especially helpful for more details about this type of product.